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In the aftermath of Rexton

Last Tuesday, the New Brunswick Anti-Shale Gas Alliance (NBASGA) held a media conference at the Capitol Theatre in Moncton to respond to the violent events in Rexton the week previous. Global news report: http://globalnews.ca/video/918855/anti-shale-gas-alliance-questions-rcmp-intervention The official statement follows: The New Brunswick Anti-Shale Gas Alliance supports the rights of aboriginal peoples …

What the government doesn’t say…

“Sustainable development must define the choices we make to provide our children with both a thriving and healthy world. It has become increasingly apparent that the shale gas industry is incompatible with sustainability.” There is no shortage of independent scientific research to prove this statement, as well as actual experiences …

Grassroots Guardians

Why Protecting New Brunswick from Shale Gas Development is Everyone’s Responsibility Last month, Council of Canadians National Chairperson, Maude Barlow spoke to …

Shady Economics

by Jim Emberger, NBASGA I’m here to talk about the economic case for shale gas, which I have subtitled, “Oh what a …

After Riverside-Albert…

Last week, 150 people gathered in Riverside-Albert, a village of 300, to find out more about the process of hydraulic fracturing, and …

Fracking in Albert County

CONTACT EXPLORATION – STONEY CREEK & HILLSBOROUGH Contact Exploration has approval to bring into production up to 31 old and new gas …